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Turkey to develop economic relations with Russia amid sanctions

Source : AA / 17 Sep 2014

Turkey is to increase its exports to Russia in the face of toughened Western sanctions against the country over the Ukrainian crisis, Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has said.

 

IAEA needs €1 million to monitor Iran nuclear deal

Source : Itar-Tass / 17 Sep 2014

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will need an additional €1 million ($1.3 million) to continue the effort to control Tehran’s nuclear program, the director general of the UN nuclear watchdog said Monday.

 

Russia, Iran plan to use national currencies in bilateral trade

Source : Itar-Tass / 10 Sep 2014

Russia and Iran plan to use their national currencies in bilateral trade, Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Tuesday.

“Trade will be organized on the basis of our currencies,” he said after the 11th meeting of the Russian-Iranian intergovernmental commission.

 

UAE tops economic rankings in the Middle East

Source : Al Arabiya / 08 Sep 2014

The United Arab Emirates landed at the top of Middle Eastern countries in the World Economic Forum’s 2014-15 Global Competitiveness Report, in one year jumping seven spots to 12th place globally and coming in ahead of Qatar, which took 16th place.

 

Palestinian economy stagnant under Israeli occupation

Source ; Ahram / 04 Sep 2014

Palestine's current economic situation is bleak and needs significant policy change from Israel and financial assistance from the international community to begin improving, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) announced at the launch of its annual report on its assistance to the Palestinian People on Wednesday.

 

Malaysia set to become global halal hub by 2020

Source : TheMalayMailOnline / 03 Sep 2014

Malaysia is in a strong position to become the global halal hub in 2020 with almost 4,500 companies having the halal certification in the country as of March this year. Sabah’s Assistant Industrial Development Minister Datuk Bolkiah Ismail said the figure was a 35.5 per cent increase over the 3,319 companies during the same period last year.

 

UAE to provide Egypt with $8.7 bln petroleum products

Source : Trend.az / 01 Sep 2014

The United Arab Emirates will provide Egypt with petroleum products worth $8.7 billion over a year starting in September, an Egyptian official told Reuters on Sunday, Reuters reported.

 

Turkey favourite destination for UAE nationals

Source : Gulf Today / 21 Aug 2014

UAE tourists would like to visit Turkey as their next European holiday destination in new research which looked at past and future travel behaviour across the Middle East and Far East.

The Muslim Travel Index Europe 2014, released on Wednesday, has shown that Turkey is the number one country of choice for tourists in the UAE as a future place to visit.

 

EU bans poultry imports from Israel-occupied West Bank

Source : RT / 18 Aug 2014 

Chicken and eggs from the occupied West Bank and the annexed east Jerusalem will no longer be seen on European plates, the EU has ruled, reportedly citing gaps in public health standards between the two Jewish zones and the state.

 

Food embargo against West to benefit Russia’s economy- Putin

Source : RT / 15 Aug 2014

Russia’s food ban against many Western products will help Russia strengthen its domestic food market, President Putin said Thursday.

“Most important- we will develop our own production and will restrict low quality Western goods,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said addressing Crimean parliament members in Yalta on Thursday.

 
 

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